The Right Knowledge for the Full Foundation of American Law!
The "freedom of choice" in "a conundrum of democratic capitalist societies"
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March 5, 2021 - The Source and Foundation of Our Most Lawful American Government -
"We have thus far published the Enrollment of the States created during and after the so-called American Civil War and the first American Public Law in over a hundred years, which establishes punishments and prohibitions for corporations seeking to meddle with the natural genome of individual people using nanotech and patented genetic materials to create the basis to claim these same people are Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) subject to ownership by the patent holders. We have also published and re-issued, several years ago, our renewed Sovereign Letters Patent and our recognition of The Declaration of Independence of 4 July 1776 as the Source and Foundation of our lawful American Government"*
January 9, 2021 What Constitutes An American? -
"...we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American … There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag … We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language … and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.” - Theodore Roosevelt 1907
July 3, 2020 -
“... 'the US' has never been 'America'”
June 30, 2020 - "Related to the Ongoing Covid-19 False Flag" -
"... We, for our part, demand peace on our shores, the return of our purloined assets, and scrupulous adherence to the Constitutions owed to the American States and People by the Pope and his Subcontractors. All of them, including the Subcontractors of the Subcontractors.
That includes the end of phony 'live exercises' and media propaganda related to the ongoing Covid-19 False Flag on our shores and the correction of all State of State Governor franchisees, and the correction of all Alphabet Soup Agency Subcontractors, telling them to stand down and mind their own business. Obey their respective Constitutions."
September 26, 2019 - A Golden Nugget -
Morning Session with David Straight
By Anna Von Reitz
We got off to a great start. David is every bit as coherent and easy to listen to in person as his YouTube presentations. (Some other speakers aren't as smooth in the free-flow of live audience presentations-- but David delivered a 100%).
This first morning session covered a lot of introductory information --including one of the simplest guidelines to different kinds of law I have ever seen, and also a very useful way for people to function well and in proper jurisdiction. I will try to describe this very briefly:
L and = Common Law = Law of Property, Equity and Rights
A ir = Ecclesiastical and Canon Law = Law of Trusts
W ater = Admiralty and Maritime = Contract Law
This is basic to understanding the jurisdictions and kinds of law and what we are talking about as opposed to "venue".
A venue is a place or level where a jurisdiction is being exercised. For example, right now we have State, county, and Municipal courts all functioning under Contract Law. These are different venues with different contracts but they are all functioning under the jurisdiction of Admiralty / Maritime law.
Another vital point I found to be useful to everyone is that each jurisdiction has its own language and that invoking and holding your jurisdiction involves first and foremost using the language of that jurisdiction.
I have, of course, known this for a long time just as a matter of practical head bumping and reading law, but never encountered just a simple yet correct explanation of it.
Gold nuggets aplenty besides this, but in terms of great and supremely useful insights that help everyone understand things better, this is a sample.
September 10, 2017 -
I'm fairly delighted to have received a reply from the Library of Congress to my inquiry regarding dictionaries used by the Founding Fathers in 1776. One of several reference that were provided to me follows:
"A Concise Guide to Using Dictionaries from the Founding Era to Determine the Original Meaning of the Constitution" by: Gregory E. Maggs
“This is the fourth in a series of articles I have written on sources of the original meaning of the Constitution. The three other articles are: A Concise Guide to the Federalist Papers as a Source of the Original Meaning of the United States Constitution, 87 B.U. L. REV. 801 (2007) [hereinafter Maggs, Guide to Federalist Papers]; A Concise Guide to the Records of the Federal Constitutional Convention of 1787 as a Source of the Original Meaning of the U.S. Constitution, 80 GEO. WASH. L. REV. 1707 (2012) [hereinafter Maggs, Guide to the Federal Convention]; and A Concise Guide to the Records of the State Ratifying Conventions as a Source of the Original Meaning of the U.S. Constitution, 2009 U. ILL. L. REV. 457 [hereinafter Maggs, Guide to the State Ratifying Conventions].”
Published in: George Washington Law School Public Law and Legal Theory Paper No. 2014-17 GW Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2014-17
April 2014 Vol. 82 No. 2
September 10, 2017 - Continuing "regarding dictionaries":
The need for reasonable certainty of the original intent of the "Founding Fathers", the subsequent understanding of that intent by state ratifiers as well as the objective consensus by the people on what words mean (only the last of which dictionaries may offer) is all just part of the full-disclosure Americans need to know to fully realize their American Law. The other parts of the "full-disclosure" re: "the original meaning of the Constitution" require understanding the preceding three Organic Laws. The first Organic Law: "The Declaration of Independence" and the second Organic Law: "The Articles of Confederation" not only continued to be American Law they form the greater context for true understanding of the "Constitution of September 17, 1787". The "greater context" is not a given if one's focus is limited to constitutional semantics. IMO - context in this instance is greater than the semantics. Although the terms of written Law require certain understanding - legal terms should be better thought of as a collection of "code words" that are only in effect within certain legal situations. It is these legal situations that require the greater light of "context" that will illuminate our minds on the actual legal semantics. In conclusion - I would most highly recommend comprehending the greater context of the four Organic Laws first before attempting to understand the legal semantics of the "Constitution of September 17, 1787".
July 9, 2015 -
It is now the fifth day after the 239th anniversary of July 4th, 1776 - the date of the first "Organic Law" (that still stands as Law throughout all of the United States of America) and that is more commonly known as: "The Declaration of Independence".
Tonight I unexpectedly discovered a certain citation in a search result for "Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation" By Michael Pollan that I saw among my many search results for Gastronomy"nourishing traditions". (The thing that caught my special interest with Pollan's book was: "Neurogastronomy". A very quick search now for Neurogastronomy just gave me "About 18,500 results"! I am genuinely amazed!)
The citation that I then pursued to considerable length was for an article entitled:
"Post-Pasteurian cultures: The micropolitics of raw milk cheese in the United States."
Before blogging about this at "Raw Milk: The Whole Truth" I wish to comment on a single point of view that I see presented in the article at the following paragraph:
"This article proposes a theoretical frame for understanding current debates over the gustatory value and health and safety of raw-milk cheese in the United States, debates that open into what Sidney Mintz identifies as a conundrum of
democratic capitalist societies: 'how to provide protection to the citizenry on one hand, yet maintain freedom of choice on [the] other' (2002:27). I introduce the notion of microbiopolitics to call attention to the fact that dissent over how to live with microorganisms reflects disagreement about how humans ought live with one another. Microbiopolitics is one way to frame questions of food ethics and governance."
Before I state my comment I also wish to reference the author's statement:
"Over the last 30 years anthropologists have added to our notion of culture practice, politics, and ethics; so, too, do cheese makers incorporate these into their understanding of cheese culture. As working with David Major taught me, the culturing of cheese happens through webs of human and microbial practice
suspended in market, governmental, and microbiopolitical fields of power. Entering such fields successfully requires expert knowledge.
I agree with the author that "expert knowledge" is required in regards to the governmental fields of power.
If people knew that the "laws" of government can only pertain only to the proprietary-based jurisdiction of the "United States" and thereby acknowledged just how limited the true lawful scope of the "government field" is - then I would not be commenting on this article's paragraph now.
However, it is because of the govern-mental educated ignorance (there is no better phrase that I know of) that has allowed the Federal government to exceed its Lawful authority, by extending the force of its own law (via "Act of Congress" i.e. through the creation of the FDA), that I have something to respond to. I've previously responded to this particular issue for a number of years (even before becoming aware of the severity of the "war against raw milk") as the video I produced: "Raw Milk: The Whole Truth" will indicate.
If no power/authority was ever granted to the Federal government (actually written in any of the Organic Laws) to provide "protection to the citizenry" just as it is referred to in this article then there is no real legal foundation for engaging in any "debate" with the Federal government regarding "health and safety of raw-milk cheese in the United States". Government isn't entitled to claim that it has a right, an interest, a "necessity" or any other basis for extending the force of its law over any individuals who are not within its Federal "field" (and distinct from the fields of any of the fifty "Free States" of the first Union).
Congress can only have what the States have explicitly given to Congress. Most of the powers delegated to Congress are listed at Article I, §8, clauses 1-16 
If the delegated power is on this list then Congress may make laws about it and execute those laws within it's lawful jurisdiction - a jurisdiction that is a proprietarily-based. In other words Congress can make laws for it's property - what it actually "owns", i.e. Federal lands, Federal Territories, Federal buildings, etc. But if the subject matter is NOT on the list then anything that Congress does against either the Free States or the "free inhabitants" amounts to a usurpation of power & all its acts are unlawful. Agriculture is not on "the list"! Food is not on "the list"! Health is not on "the list"! These subject matters are not powers of Congress (not to mention duties of the president).
However, the Federal government is "locked in" to its "usurpation adrenalin rush" and will continue with what can be understood as a serious addiction (because it is the nature of this beast)! What people have believed is "their government" is actually a commercial business that is dependent on sources of revenue to stay alive. It's the way "the business" was set up from the very start.
The trail can be traced to two events; the first inauguration of George Washington and what he said in the "oath" (that took place on April 30, 1789) and then distinguishing the true legal nature of that from the legal nature of his election on February 4th, 1789. That is an advanced study in government law and most people will require the guidance of a law professor to point out the hidden facts. Not every law professor is able to do this. Fortunately there is at least one!
My conclusion is: stop feeding governmental "usurpation"! Firstly stop feeding it your ignorance and instead do your due diligence to gain the right knowledge of the full foundation for all American Law (that you never got in public schools) and that can be found only in the four Organic Laws. As soon as you understand what the first two Organic Laws gave the American people and distinguish that from what was formed with the second set of Organic Laws you will be able to stop feeding the fear (the lies underneath the ignorance) as well!
A "theoretical frame" is not necessary when we know and sufficiently understand the Law. Why theorize when a more sure understanding of our "freedom" is available to each of us without compromising what is truly and rightfully ours?
October 27th -
The following is a review that I just submitted at Amazon on a book that perpetuates the false belief about the context of the Constitution of September 17, 1787.
[I've changed the footnote numbers to letters to distinguish them from the footnotes in this blog.]
Although there is no description included here at Amazon the following is at the Walmart page:
Here, in a single volume, are the two most important American documents ever written: the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America.[A]
The Declaration of Independence was the promise of a representative government;[B] the Constitution was the fulfillment of that promise.[C] Together, these documents form the foundation of American democracy.[D]
[A] "the two most important American documents ever written" is at best half right but in this context half right is a great error! Without any doubt the Declaration of Independence is the first (of the four Organic Laws) of the most important American documents. The "Constitution" is more rightly counted as "fourth" in importance as it applies to the property owned by the United States of America consisting of the "District", lands, territories, and the other sites listed in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution of September 17, 1787 all of which is known as the "United States". It is possible to say that the Constitution of September 17, 1787 is the most important document for the "United States" but not for America!
[B] "The Declaration of Independence was the promise of a representative government": No such promise was ever made in that document! On the contrary this document declared the God-given, Natural Right to be free from all government!
[C] "the Constitution was the fulfillment of that promise": Since there never was a promise made "the Constitution" can not be the fulfillment.
[D] "Together, these documents form the foundation of American democracy.":That statement is in great error at the least or a damnable lie as there was never any intention expressed in any of the four Organic Laws for a so-called "American democracy". At best the intention was for a Constitution Republic; quite distinct from any form of democracy. One hundred years ago and before Americans knew this. Now the government education system has white washed American history of the most essential truths by omitting the second and third Organic Laws from study.
December 30, 2016 -
(Just re-read my [A], [B], [C], [D] footnotes above and laughed at [D] Phoohie - Walmart!)
Dane Rudhyar speaks truth:
"... we can be individually free only if we have emerged from a subservience to the collective meanings and values which our race, culture and tradition have imposed upon us."
August 15, 2017 - Continuing on the overarching theme of this blog: "How the Constitution Got In the Way of Your Freedom"
Got inspired to search "unadopted constitution" while viewing Ted Nugent & Sheriff Mack.
January 30, 2018 - The "Constitution" as a Trust Indenture - Posted by Adask
"... I see the “Constitution” is a trust indenture wherein We the People are the grantors, “The United States of America” is the beneficiary and the “United States” is the fiduciary. A principle duty of the fiduciary/”United States” is to administer the territories and Washington DC which had been acquired and/or created prior to adoption of the Constitution, but for which there was no proviso in the Articles of Confederation."
I found the above especially interesting and logical!
"... Free and Independent States":
 See Article 4, Section 1 at: http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsl&fileName=001/llsl001.db&recNum=127
 This review is from: We the People (The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America):
 Your access to the following link may require becoming a member of "The Organic Laws Institute" or at least a subscriber, either of which is most highly recommended!:
 Blogged here: http://www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=1891022
 This paper can be downloaded free of charge from the Social Science Research Network:
 November 24, 2012 in "The State" vs. "this state", Definitions, U.S. vs The U.S.A., Venue, Zip Code:
 See Item 18.: http://www.paulstramer.net/2021/03/public-international-notice-notice-to.html
July 4th 1776, Declaration of Independence, Post-Pasteurian cultures, micropolitics, raw milk cheese, Truth, war against raw milk, Organic Laws, jurisdiction, proprietary, Congress, usurpation, Food, Health, George Washington, American Law, freedom, free inhabitant, Original Meaning of the Constitution
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